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  1. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    Thats not how coachspeak works. Does the player A: need encouragement or B: a kick in the azz? We’re talking about a backup here. You get nothing until u earn it. And Breida is about the size of your average talking M&M. If Joe isn’t a factor it makes me more confident in Jerick- Breida can’t ever be a primary back.
  2. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    A coach should be piling on praise in June?
  3. David Johnson 2018 Season Outlook

    BUZZ!!! Wrong answer Sorry Brian M, you’re a good poster it’s not your fault
  4. David Johnson 2018 Season Outlook

    Now you’ve gone too far Doug lol You know my love for Shady will neve die. Absolutely Kamara should be in tier 2. Add Cook and Freeman too. I don’t feek there’s a big difference between a hunt and a freeman.
  5. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    Who knows? But apparently Shanahan did and wanted Joe badly. His opinion > beat writers > yours
  6. David Johnson 2018 Season Outlook

    Exactly this. It's fun to throw wild speculation about Barkley's talent, O-line, workload, or whatever....but compared to the Four Horsemen (Bell, Zeke, Gurley, DJ)-- he's much riskier. Completely unproven as a workhorse- even in college. The Hunt, Fournette, Gordon, Shady tier is where he belongs. Big Risk and Big Upside.
  7. Chris Carson 2018 Season Outlook

    Great post- and all data points to Carroll and Co. having no qualms about playing the guy their eyes tell them is better, instead of what their wallet or draft status says. You work hard and perform on the field, Seahawks will give you the chance to shine. One thing success and legacy (both of which Carroll has in abundance) buys you is the luxury of not caring what other people think. That said, it WAS a very high pick for a back that could have been had a round later in all likelihood- so they clearly like the talent. When it translates to consistent rb 1/2 output is going to be the rub. Could be week 4, week 8, week 12....or not at all this season. Carson so far is killing it in camp, and looking like a major fly in the Penny ointment for 2018. Let's see if anything changes when the pads are on in training camp.
  8. Larry Fitzgerald 2018 Season Outlook

    Same argument we kicked around re: DT. Both so involved format doesn’t change anything for me. Floor is 80 catches, upside 110. there aren’t many rock solid Wr2s available late fourth on. Lots of upside guys.
  9. Demaryius Thomas 2018 Season Outlook

    If he doesn’t improve on anything except tds coming back to career average(seems reasonable if the offense is better)- it’s well worth a fifth rounder. I imagine all of his stats will improve, but they don’t need to. Personally i’ll take as much safety in my Wr2 as possible. Upside abounds later- but almost no one guaranteed to be a top 20.
  10. Chris Carson 2018 Season Outlook

    That seems reasonable for the first handful of games at least. Then it comes down to which, if either, rb takes the job and runs with it. Penny is a risky redraft pick in the fourth where Ive seen him being taken- but I wouldn’t blame anyone for believing in the talent. This guy blew Barkley’s numbers out of the water in 2017.
  11. Derrick Henry 2018 Outlook

    I’m merely suggesting Tennessee won’t be killing a lot of clock. More likely they are in catch-up mode come crunch time. Henry will get plenty of run earlier....but you bring in Dion for what he gives u in the passing game and 4 minute offense. Plus he’s sneaky good between the tackles and might just take the lions share of carries. Dont love Henry or Dion at a 3rd and 5th round price respectively. 3rd is Mckinnon, Mixon, Howard, a handful of great Wr options, or your choice of Kelce/Ertz.
  12. 2018 Tight End Rankings and Discussion

    You pay more for a similarly injury prone TE. I’d rather get a Graham or Olsen if you want to spend a mid round pick on TE.
  13. Demaryius Thomas 2018 Season Outlook

    This is a mistake- he was wr18 in my standard league, haviny his worst season with the worst qb of his career. Hurt all year (Hip, ankle). healthy now, Keenum in town... safest Wr2 with legit upside.
  14. David Johnson 2018 Season Outlook

    I’ll answer for him and maybe he can avoid further embarrassment Megatron 48/756/4 rookie year It would be a massive error in judgement to consider even a rookie of his caliber over AB or Hopkins.
  15. David Johnson 2018 Season Outlook

    We know you do. Headpat.gif